Biomedia and Financial Markets Science Journalism

An unique Science Journalism that bridge the gap between Biotechnology industry, Financial Markets and the News industry across the Americas.

About this Program

At the modern stage of civilization, the development of the latest achievements of Life science & Biotech are being implemented to enrich people’s everyday life. At the same time, creates conditions for improving business development in emerging markets, on the other hand, the way the information is delivery sometimes creates contradictions between scientist, and non- scientist, between people with financial backgrounds, and people without professional backgrounds.

The Media is a key mechanism for achieving successful policy mix that promote growth, also economic actors need accurate and timely information to allocate resources efficiently, furthermore Investors and other groups increasing value and demand a governance-monitoring role from the media.

A free and independent press can provide information and monitoring to the economic policy development process leading to more effective economic policies. It can also reduce political risk and increase good governance conditions that are important for robust economic development.

The Seminar sets out the methodological framework of Scientific journalism and the Financial Markets, a guidelines for education in emerging economies, and life sciences.

An unique Science Journalism that bridge the gap between Biotechnology industry, Financial Markets and the News industry across the Americas.

Background and participants 

Editors, Producers, executives, Reporters, Journalist and academics from The Americas

Contact Us

Martha Pizani

Director of Life Science & Biotech Program

+1 (858) 964-1713

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